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Become a Colorado Notary Public

To be appointed and commissioned as a notary public in the State of Colorado, it is important that you first understand the notary duties and responsibilities that are included in this position.

As a prospective Colorado Notary Public, you must comply with the following requirements:

  1. At least 18 years of age
  2. A resident of the State of Colorado
  3. Knows how to read and write English
  4. Knowledgeable with the Notary Law in Colorado
  5. Should not have a record of felony or misdemeanor involving dishonesty
  6. Read the Notaries Public Act

After meeting all of the qualifications, follow the steps below on how to become a Colorado Notary Public:

1. Attend a notary public training that is approved by the Secretary of State. You can find a list of vendors at their Approved Vendors list.

2. Complete and passed the notary public exam.

3. Fill out the application form and pay the online filing fee of $10.00 via credit or debit card. Make sure to read and follow the instructions.

4. Print the application form.

5. Bring your application to a notary and sign it in front of that notary.

6. Submit via mail or walk-in your application together with copies of acceptable identification (both sides), certificate of notary training, and certificate of notary exam to:

Colorado Secretary of State

Notary Program

1700 Broadway, Suite 200

Denver, CO 80290

7. Check your email inbox (and spam folder) for a message from the Secretary of State containing your notary ID and password. Save all the information.

Duties and Responsibilities

Your duties or powers as a notary public in Colorado includes administration of oaths and affirmations, copy certifications, and acknowledgments.

Term of Office

The length of a Colorado Notary Public's commission is four (4) years.

Colorado Notary Fees

As a Colorado Notary Public, these are the fees for notarizations and other notarial acts:





Oaths & Affirmations




Copy Certification


Find a Notary in Colorado

The Colorado Secretary of State's website provides an online system for searching or verifying a notary public. For a much easier way to find a notary in Colorado, try using FindNotary.


  1. Colorado Notary Public Services
  2. Colorado Notary Classes, Training and Handbooks
  3. Colorado Notary Seals and Supplies

For more information on how to become a Colorado Notary, visit Colorado Notary Public's website at You can also contact them at (303) 894-2200 x9500 or visit their office at 1700 Broadway, Ste 200, Denver, Colorado 80290.

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